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Member since Oct' 2017

Answered 1 year ago

Hi Mabel,

That was many years ago. They do not offer Form 6 currently. Here is a list of schools and colleges for Form 6: https://afterschool.my/bm/berita/senarai-keseluruhan-kolej-sekolah-tingkatan-6-setiap-negeri-berserta-pakej-subjek-yang-ditawarkan

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Member since Mar' 2018

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Hi Raaj,

The most popular one besides PTPTN is PPBU, which is a convertible loan. This means that if you achieve a certain grade, you are eligible for discounts, and is better in terms of discounts as compared to PTPTN. Here's the steps to apply for PPBU: https://afterschool.my/scholarships-loan-in-malaysia/how-to-apply-for-yayasan-bank-rakyats-ppbu-2018

Besides, the state government is also offering student loans for every state except Perlis. Click here to find out more about this: https://afterschool.my/bm/berita/biasiswa-pinjaman-pendidikan-yang-ditawarkan-oleh-semua-kerajaan-negeri-yang-wajib-anda-tahu-

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Member since May' 2018

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Hello Sanjaay,

The approximate fees for a piloting course is RM 240,000 - 300,000. Although it is very expensive, the salary for a pilot is also high after you have succeeded in becoming one.

However, please do also take note that this course is not a degree, and is only a certification. Competition is also high between thousands of candidates who are aspiring to become pilots.

If you are interested, click these links to find out more about piloting: https://afterschool.my/piloting

https://afterschool.my/careers-advice/how-to-become-a-pilot-a-step-by-step-guide

Hope this helps :)

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Afterschool Counsellors

Member since Mar' 2018

Answered 1 year ago

Hi Fahmi,

Yes, employers do recognise CAT but you'll most likely get a lower position and salary than those who obtained an ACCA qualification. It's best to obtain ACCA actually. For your info, INTEC is one of the most popular and best institutions to study CAT and ACCA in. If you'd like to know more, please click here: https://afterschool.my/international-education-college/certified-accounting-technician-cat

Hope this helps.

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Afterschool Counsellors

Member since Mar' 2018

Answered 1 year ago

Hi Hasmaan,

First of all, many students are also facing the same issue and it's normal to be confused at this stage. So allow us to guide you to make a decision on this.

1) The subjects you like are the perfect combination for a degree in Chemical Engineering. May we add that engineering courses will always be high in demand so an engineering course is one of the safest courses you can choose to be sure you obtain a job in the future. Electrical Engineering would be good too. View the best and worst careers in Malaysia here: https://afterschool.my/career-builder/best-worst-careers-malaysia-2017

2) The field of aviation branches out to many paths such as aviation management, piloting, aircraft maintenance and aerospace engineering. If you want to work in the aviation field and engineering as well, aerospace engineering would be suitable for you.

3) We don't advice you to opt for piloting because once you get your license, you can only be a Pilot, nothing else. It is not a diploma or degree where you can apply for others jobs if let's say you did not receive a job offer to be a Pilot. The fees are also rather expensive (RM300,000). But if you do get a job, you will get a very high salary. We are not discouraging you from doing what you like but we're just laying out the risks you'll be taking if you study Piloting.

Hope this helps.

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Jenn

Member since Oct' 2017

Answered 1 year ago

Hi Mabel,

That was many years ago. They do not offer Form 6 currently. Here is a list of schools and colleges for Form 6: https://afterschool.my/bm/berita/senarai-keseluruhan-kolej-sekolah-tingkatan-6-setiap-negeri-berserta-pakej-subjek-yang-ditawarkan

Hope this helps.

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Afterschool Counsellors

Member since Mar' 2018

Answered 1 year ago

Hi Raaj,

The most popular one besides PTPTN is PPBU, which is a convertible loan. This means that if you achieve a certain grade, you are eligible for discounts, and is better in terms of discounts as compared to PTPTN. Here's the steps to apply for PPBU: https://afterschool.my/scholarships-loan-in-malaysia/how-to-apply-for-yayasan-bank-rakyats-ppbu-2018

Besides, the state government is also offering student loans for every state except Perlis. Click here to find out more about this: https://afterschool.my/bm/berita/biasiswa-pinjaman-pendidikan-yang-ditawarkan-oleh-semua-kerajaan-negeri-yang-wajib-anda-tahu-

Hope this helps.

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1 year ago

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Afterschool Counsellors

Member since May' 2018

Answered 1 year ago

Hello Sanjaay,

The approximate fees for a piloting course is RM 240,000 - 300,000. Although it is very expensive, the salary for a pilot is also high after you have succeeded in becoming one.

However, please do also take note that this course is not a degree, and is only a certification. Competition is also high between thousands of candidates who are aspiring to become pilots.

If you are interested, click these links to find out more about piloting: https://afterschool.my/piloting

https://afterschool.my/careers-advice/how-to-become-a-pilot-a-step-by-step-guide

Hope this helps :)

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Afterschool Counsellors

Member since Mar' 2018

Answered 1 year ago

Hi Fahmi,

Yes, employers do recognise CAT but you'll most likely get a lower position and salary than those who obtained an ACCA qualification. It's best to obtain ACCA actually. For your info, INTEC is one of the most popular and best institutions to study CAT and ACCA in. If you'd like to know more, please click here: https://afterschool.my/international-education-college/certified-accounting-technician-cat

Hope this helps.

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1 year ago

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Afterschool Counsellors

Member since Mar' 2018

Answered 1 year ago

Hi Hasmaan,

First of all, many students are also facing the same issue and it's normal to be confused at this stage. So allow us to guide you to make a decision on this.

1) The subjects you like are the perfect combination for a degree in Chemical Engineering. May we add that engineering courses will always be high in demand so an engineering course is one of the safest courses you can choose to be sure you obtain a job in the future. Electrical Engineering would be good too. View the best and worst careers in Malaysia here: https://afterschool.my/career-builder/best-worst-careers-malaysia-2017

2) The field of aviation branches out to many paths such as aviation management, piloting, aircraft maintenance and aerospace engineering. If you want to work in the aviation field and engineering as well, aerospace engineering would be suitable for you.

3) We don't advice you to opt for piloting because once you get your license, you can only be a Pilot, nothing else. It is not a diploma or degree where you can apply for others jobs if let's say you did not receive a job offer to be a Pilot. The fees are also rather expensive (RM300,000). But if you do get a job, you will get a very high salary. We are not discouraging you from doing what you like but we're just laying out the risks you'll be taking if you study Piloting.

Hope this helps.

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